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Global platform Crowdsourcing Week is coming to Iran for the first time in May 20, 2016. Held at the Iran...
Restaurants and fast food outlets are booming in Kurdistan.
According to one official
in Erbil, Kurdistan’s capital now boasts close to 5...
Egyptians are known for their sense of humor, often
using sarcasm and irony to describe and get through tough
situations. But what if...
Sometimes the most innovative ideas come from entrepreneurs who
are just fed up. Their ability to make people’s lives just a l...
After struggling to find an acceptable blood donor to save the
life of one of his relatives, Hisham Kharma took the problem upon
Ever since Ushahidi launched in Kenya in
2008 to monitor track post-election violence, crowdsourced maps
have become a popular method...
Whenever I hear people in the Arab region complain about the traffic, I tend to laugh. With the exception of Cairo, which has been bestowed...
I was feeling pretty relaxed the other night,
channel surfing on my own, but I felt like being outdoors without
having to get all dressed...
Increasingly competitive economic conditions and
growing social concerns force us to search for new ways of living
and connecting with one...
This week, we set off with the first of our three Mix N' Mentor events. We're really excited as ALL events have completely sold out - and...
Fixing Cairo’s traffic problems is not going to
happen overnight. But new startup Emokhalfa is taking
the problem into their own hands.
In Egypt, A*Apps (“A Star Apps”) is
developing a unique platform that allows mobile app developers to
test their apps through cro...
It’s finally Thursday and time for our Weekly Wrap-Up! If you're game for taking your business to the next level, don't miss this week's to...